What kind of coat are you sporting this winter? With the extreme temperature changes, I highly recommend having at least 2-3 coats you can choose from this season. For a night out, if the temperatures allow (or if you’re taking Uber), leave the puffy parka at home and go for a fuzzy faux coat. This faux fur coat is from Rebecca Taylor. I paired it with a knitted white sweater and red lips for a night out to Queens. If it wasn’t for the ride there, I wouldn’t have worn it. I don’t mess with the cold.
Hi, everyone! Sorry for the delay in getting the details up on the dress I wore to a recent television segment. I’m so happy you loved this look as much as I did. So this is a past season dress from Herve Leger that I found at T.J. Maxx when I stopped by to pull items for a holiday segment. I didn’t try it on at the store, but when I put it on at home I was thrilled that it fit so well! I just Googled the frock and found it at Bergdorfs but looks like they’re sold out.
Hi, everyone! How was your New Year’s eve? I pray you are well. I’m still trying to figure out my goals for the year. I’m thankful for a good 2017. Thanks to all of you for engaging with me here on BeChicMag.com, on TV and on social media! For the first post of 2018 I decided to (finally) edit a video I shot a few months ago of my first time contouring on my own. When I have a special event or important TV segment I get my makeup professionally done. But hiring a makeup artist gets expensive.
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Selecting a term
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